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(The) Not Extraordinary Story

THE GIFTS THAT MADE MY DAY

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Gifts from Kozan, Adana

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Which one I like?

My boyfriend knows I love Pistachio.

He sometimes called me Pistachio :)

The black tea now become my favorite tea.

I asked my boyfriend to send one box for my birthday and here it is.

Those two books are books for learning Turkish.

They are good book but quite tough, I think so.

The long sleeve shirt bought in LC Waikiki, the boutique where my boyfriend love to buy.

The birthday card is the “love” one. It’s simple but unique.

I love everything that he sent to me.

Thank you so much my most generous and romantic boyfriend.

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Left and right side already taken by my boyfriend and I. What about the middle one? Only Allah knows it

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A BITE SIZE FOR FUN LESSON

Persian baked the first biscuits during the 7th century BCE.

The modern biscuit is a French invention.

The name of biscuit comes from Latin bis cotum means baked twice :) .

In the U.S, a cookies is sweeter than a biscuit and has more sugar than a biscuit.

What we called cookies in the U.S are called biscuits in U.K and other commonwealth countries like Malaysia :)

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Cookies called koekje which represents the small pieces of dough

Cookies and biscuits can be discerned by their size, texture and the way you eat them.

I think cookies is flatter than a biscuit :)  and it accompanied by ice cream, a glass of milk or chocolate dessert.

You can use a spoon of strawberry jam, or squeeze maple syrup in your biscuit :) .

Well, there are many new ways of eating a biscuit or cookies which can be a real fun! :)

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Malay = BISKUT,  Turkish = BİSKÜVİ

P/S: Thank you my prince charming for this yummylicious gift from Turkey :)

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WARM THOUGHTS

flower gift

The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money

P/S: Thank you for this little gift, Abang Mat :)

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